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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of muckle.


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  • 'Course if it had been some feller who was inclined to git on a tear and raise thunder, I'd' a 'jest gone out and muckled onto him and shoved him into the lockup.

    Frank Merriwell's Son A Chip Off the Old Block

  • "The dog just muckled right onto him and kind of shook back and forth really hard," said Karla Riggs, who is Fox's sister. - News

  • John had barely gotten out, "Thanks, Rodney," when Madison bounded down the stairs and muckled onto Rodney.


  • At 8 a.m., ice builders Don Brown, Phil Dever, Rich Hamm and Robby Mihill muckled onto their gear, wearing winter gloves, and mixed special white paint powder and water in a 60-gallon vat.



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